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Bryson Recycling

Bryson Recycling

We operate six Recyling Recycling Centres in County Donegal. A wide range of items are collected for recycling and we also accept garden and household waste.

Recycling:

At our Recycling Centres we have containers for different recyclable materials. To make your visit easier and quicker please sort your recycling materials at home. All items for recycling should be clean. Our staff will be happy to help you in any way they can.

Educational Tours:

We offer free tours for school groups at all our Recycling Centres in Donegal. During these visits pupils can discover how to recycle a wide range of items from their homes and schools.

086 777 9325
Cairde Enterprises

Cairde Enterprises

Cairde Enterprises is a social enterprise that designs, makes and sells hand crafted wooden products.
We offer meaningful fulltime employment roles as well as shorter work experience opportunities to ex- offenders who are turning their lives around but who find it difficult to secure employment.

Our experience and versatility means we can make outdoor and indoor furniture and a broad range of other wooden products. We have a CNC machine, laser engraver, wood turning equipment and as well as 2 welding booths, spray booth and drying area.

Bring us an idea and we will do our best to create it for you!

Cairde Enterprises makes and sells the following:

Products
• Manufacture bespoke wooden products for clients
• Sell a range of our own designed handcrafted wooden products
– Outdoor garden and street furniture range
– Storage boxes of all types and sizes
– Gifts (Xmas – children’s, Limerick themed, corporate,)
– Unique handcrafted personalised gifts

Services
• Upcycling furniture service
• Timber sheets supplied and cut to size for tradesmen and DIY Enthusiasts, new in 2021
• A spray painting service

085 8607455
Unit 2, Docklands Business Pk., Dock Rd.,, Limerick V94 DR12
Carmichael

Carmichael

CARMICHAEL

Carmichael is the leading specialist training and support body for nonprofits in Ireland. Our training, support and resources enable nonprofits to be more effective and impactful in their individual areas.

Nonprofits require a range of services if they are to operate effectively. We provide many benefits to nonprofits and our resident organisations through a full suite of services including:

We have two centres located centrally which provide platforms for robust collaboration and engagement and a friendly atmosphere for networking and peer learning.

01 873 5702

Carmichael House, 4-7 North Brunswick Street, Dublin D07 RHA8

01 873 5702
Carmichael House, 4-7 North Brunswick Street, Dublin D07 RHA8
Carnew Training & Consulting

Carnew Training & Consultancy

Providing health & safety training, online and tutor led training & health and safety consultancy & training, ICT skill training personal skills training coupled with a full repertoire of online courses

0539426555
Woolgreen, Carnew, Co. Wicklow Y14 FW30
Castlebar Social Services

Castlebar Social Services

Castlebar Social Services is here to promote the wellbeing of members of the community who require support to maintain a physical, mental and socially healthy lifestyle and to enable them to continue to live in their own homes.
If you or someone you know requires any of our services such as meals on wheels, day care services & bus service to the centre, laundry service, SAS pendant alarm or message in a bottle please call us on 094 9021378 and we would be happy to talk you through them.
We also have room rentals for community groups available and bakery goods to order.

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094 90 21378
Castle Street Car Park, Castlebar, Mayo
Garden Cafe

Churchfield Community Trust CLG

Social Enterprise

Churchfield Community Trust, is a community based organisation situated on the Northside of Cork City. As an organisation we operate three several social enterprise initiatives which continue to report significant positive social impacts which contribute to the social economy .

The Garden Café :
This social enterprise provides training and mentoring in a live café environment to men and women who are interested in progressing to employment in the catering industry. Mentoring and certified training is delivered to employees who engage as part of the Garden Café initiative. The Garden Café is open to the public Monday to Friday providing freshly baked scones , Maher's coffee and light lunches. Catering for functions can be facilitated on request .
Compass Crafts:
Our carpentry team, based at Knockfree Avenue workshop, design and produce garden furniture. playpark items and creche furniture. Trainees are trained and mentored under the supervision of the workshop manager in a live workshop environment focusing on pre-apprenticeship skills.

Growing Initiative
Our Horticulture team situated at the hydro farm in Tower ,Co. Cork grow and supply, fresh seasonal produce such as salad leaves, seasonal vegetables and fresh herbs to local restaurants including elbow lane and our own garden Cafe .

Social Impact
Special category community employment and continuing adult education initiatives provide a platform for progression to sustainable employment and re-integration within communities of origin for our participants. CCT works collaboratively with people on special category substance misuse community employment and TUS through the provision of personal, vocational and educational supports.

Churchfield Community Trust 021- 4210348 Garden Cafe 087-2888600
Churchfield Community Trust 107-109 Knockfree Avenue , Churchfield , Cork, Cork, Cork T 23 - YR 66
Common Purpose

Common Purpose

Common Purpose Ireland is a global social enterprise that develops, upskills and connects people from a range of geographies, generations, sectors, specializations, backgrounds and beliefs to help them become more effective leaders. We call this cross-boundary leadership.

We use a unique peer to peer experiential approach to broaden people’s perspectives and unlock their true potential. This is real life learning, using the City as the Classroom, creating timely and relevant solutions to the challenges organizations, society and its leaders face every day.

+353 (0)1 872 9322
Connections Art Centre

Connections Art Centre

Connections Arts Centre is a not for profit Social Enterprise that launched in April 2021. Connections provide accessible online, and face to face Arts and Lifestyle programmes for the wider Disability Community. All our programmes are designed and led based on the needs of the participants and hosted by experienced Facilitators.

Part of our mission is to empower members of the Disability Community to develop their skills and share their experiences with others. Our online Gallery and Gift Shop champion and support Artists with Disabilities.

Connections also consult with and design bespoke programmes for individual Organisations. To date we have designed bespoke programmes for Enable Ireland, Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Ireland Dublin South City Partnership, to name a few. We believe in Business for Good, by working with us you are in turn helping us to support the wider Disability Community.

+353866478452
71 Lavarna Grove, Terenure, Dublin D6WYA00
Cork Community Bikes

Cork Community Bikes

Cork Community Bikes is run by volunteers on a non-profit basis. We opened our do-it-yourself bicycle workshop in Summer 2007 at Cork Foyer for the community to use.

Besides our weekly workshop sessions, we have monthly meetings for the management of the project. Please contact us if you would like to get involved.

DIY bike repair

Work on your own bike in the workshop, with tools and guidance if needed.

Training

Learn bike maintenance, or learn safe cycling skills.

Bike sale

We gratefully accept donations of bikes, repair them, and sell them.

089 707 7959
Assumption Road, Blackpool, Cork T23 FDT4
Creative Spark

Creative Spark

Creative Spark, centre for creativity and innovation, launched in October 2012 with the goal of providing dedicated creative training and workspace facilities for new and established enterprises in County Louth – a place to work and a place to learn. Creative Spark was conceived with a clear focus on the development of the creative and innovative enterprise sector in this region and the use of creative practice to promote social engagement.

Creative Spark provides a dedicated training and workspace facility in Dundalk. We welcome and support new and established businesses operating within the creative industries, innovation, technology, and sustainable energy sectors.

Providing dedicated training and ‘learning lab’ facilities and affordable workspace, Creative Spark offers an environment where innovation and creativity can flourish. Networking, peer-to-peer exchange and connectivity are a daily reality for the business community working, learning and meeting in the centre.

+353 42 938 5720
Clontygora Ct, Muirhevnamore, Dundalk,, Co. Louth A91 HF77